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I have a sansung dlp model#HLS4676SX Lost picture and sound

Lost picture and sound but the LED's on the front has a steady flash. the LED's are Lamp, timer, and timer by pass

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Replace Lamp if you have your manuel book that came with TV it will Tell you how and what to do if it is Lamp. Acme Parts has replacement lamps call 1-800-575-9833 or go to website acme-sales.net.

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